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Metal Casting Technologies : March 2007
FORTHCOMING EVENTS EUROCOKE SUMMIT 2007 When: 16-18 April 2007 Where: Radisson SAS Hotel - Nice, France Representatives from leading corporations in the metallurgical coal and coke industries will give presentations on 17-18 April. The talks will be divided into four sessions: Industry Overview and Market Trends, European Coke Industry, Global Markets and New Developments. These conference sessions will be preceded by two three-hour pre-conference seminars on 16 April. E: email@example.com ALUMEX 2007 - 4TH INTERNATIONAL ALUMINIUM EXHIBITION When: 22-24 April 2007 Where: Dubai International Convention Center, Dubai Alumex will present a new important project. As well as being dedicated to its traditional compartments as foundry, extrusion, anodising, diecasting and coating, the 2007 edition will devote greater attention to the building and construction sector, where aluminium is now a real protagonist. From Diecasting, Foundry and Extrusion, world leading manufacturing companies and suppliers will showcase the best and latest plants, machinery, equipment, technologies and products that the industry has to offer at Alumex 2007. Companies specialising in forging, rolling, surface treatment, finishing, welding and joining technologies of aluminium will also not fail to make a presence at the show. Contact: E: firstname.lastname@example.org W: www.edimet.com MTA MALAYSIA 2007 When: 16-20 May 2007 Where: Putra World Trade Centre, Kuala Lumpur MTA Malaysia2007 is reputed to be the event that gathers world's leading metalworking and precision engineering solution providers and top buyers in the manufacturing industry. With an international showcase of the latest innovations and most advanced technology coupled with a strong following of quality visitors, MTA Malaysia2007 returns amidst high expectations to meet the needs of Asia's growing manufacturing industry. The main driver for its continued success lies in the event's precision in identifying potential distribution networks and developing market channels through its concerted effort in keeping abreast with the current landscape. E: email@example.com W: www.mta-asia.com/mtam2007/gen_info.htm 3RD CHINA INTERNATIONAL METALS INDUSTRY FAIR 2007 When: 18-21 May 2007 Where: Guangzhou International Convention & Exhibition Centre, Guangzhou, China With the rapid development of China's economy, the heart of consuming and production for the global metal industry has been shifted to China. Businesses will display their products, exchange technology, negotiate business and seek cooperation. Enhancing trade exchange and cooperation among the international metal industry. Contents include iron and steel, aluminium, copper, stainless steel, metalworking such as bending, forming, cutting, foundry, forging, furnace and heat treatment, ferroalloy, refractory products and metal recycling. E: firstname.lastname@example.org W: www.coke-china.com GIFA 2007 When: 12 to 16 June 2007 Where: Düsseldorf Exhibition Grounds - Germany As the global No.1 event, GIFA 2007 will provide a complete overview of advances in the foundry practice. Düsseldorf will again be the venue for the world's leading manufacturers of foundry machinery and plant construction, suppliers of foundry- related materials and auxiliaries, manufacturers of measurement and testing devices for quality assurance, plus engineering companies. METEC (7th International Exhibition for Metallurgical Technology with Congress), THERMPROCESS (9th International Trade Fair and Symposium for Thermo Process Technology), and NEWCAST (2nd International Castings Trade Fair) will be staged parallel to GIFA 2007. W: www.messe-duesseldorf.de/gifa/ www.metals.rala.com.au 44 FOUNDRY MANAGER -------------- NEW ZEALAND -------------- Farra Casting is a leading Dunedin based foundry that supplies high quality ferrous castings to our extensive New Zealand and Australian customers and is one of seven divisions within Farra Engineering Ltd. We are looking for a manger to ensure our recent growth continues. The Foundry Manager has full accountability for the performance of the foundry and is directly responsible for the generation of sales. The key skills we are looking for include: • Strong commercial experience in the engineering industry, preferably the foundry business. • Sales skills in developing and nurturing customer relationships. • Proven management skills. • Ability to identify and implement growth strategies. The manager is supported by technical and production staff and we have valuable technology links within the industry. Complementary engineering skills exist within Farra to enable Farra Casting to provide a full package of engineering services. This is the key position in a growing operation and is supported by an excellent company wide management team. A competitive salary is offered based on the skills, experience and qualifications of the successful applicant. Replies in writing or by email by 10th April, 2007 including a concise CV and a covering letter to: The Chief Executive, Farra Engineering Ltd, PO Box 672, Dunedin, New Zealand. Or to email@example.com. www.farra.co.nz